Now that God lives inside of us and has access to all of us, and we have access to all of him, he is able to tear the limitations off, and the obstacles down. He is able to liberate our purpose, and fully invest in our potential. He is able to advance our boundaries and territory of faith farther than our own grasping would ever allow to be possible. He is able to forgive, cleanse, heal, restore, and recreate. He is able to answer Jesus’ prayer “your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.”
Being rooted and established in love sounded good to Former Me because love clearly meant I would be treated well, i.e., according to my specifications. Revised Me understands that being rooted sometimes means not being able to move from where I am, or escape what’s happening–and that this can be an act of deliverance.